Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa, Las Vegas, Nevada

12 Mentions on Trippy

  • 5 mentions in What are the other parts of Vegas away from the strip?

    • Francesca M.

      Francesca M. said, "...drive from the strip. The lines can get pretty crazy though, especially on weekends. Green Valley Ranch Resort Spa Casino and Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa are both popular and somewhat newer hotels farther off from the strip and have great pool amenities (though, it..." See More

    • Pattie W.

      Pattie W. said, "...As others have said, Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa is easy-to-get-to and worth an afternoon off the pavement. Having lived in Vegas for 5 years and visited it many times before and since, I'd say my least favorite part of the town is the actual..." See More

    • James H.

      James H. said, "...In Henderson, there is the Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa, the Green Valley Ranch Resort Spa Casino , there is the Sunset Station Hotel And Casino , If you are into Bass Pro Shops , there is the Silverton Casino and Lodge , which..." See More

    • Ernest C.

      Ernest C. said, "...Check out Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa. It's the only 5 star casino off the strip. And their pool ladies and boys are really hot...." See More

    • Chuck B.

      Chuck B. said, "... Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa is very nice on the North/West part of town.... also The Reserve Resort is on the south west of town, off the strip. It's all pretty much the same experience no matter where you stay, it's just a matter of..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Las Vegas with kids...What to do!?

    • Andrew W.

      Andrew W. said, "...a half hour from the strip, and as long as you're out that way, there's also some great restaurants in the Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa...." See More

    • Marie R.

      Marie R. said, "...Many of the local casinos have bowling alleys and movie theaters. Some also have babysitting if you need a break. Try Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa. There are also various jump house type places such as Pump It Up or Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline..." See More

  • 1 mention in Good, but affordable buffets in Las Vegas?

    • Johnny L.

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      Johnny L. said, "...Good but affordable would be best off the strip... e.g. Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa, Green Valley Ranch, Suncoast Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas, Rampart Casino. On the strip, I consider Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino and Luxor Hotel and Casino to be..." See More

  • 1 mention in Four Days in Vegas

    • Ethan R.

      Ethan R. said, "...have awesome roller coasters if you like that kind of stuff. If you want to cool off the Golden Nugget or Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa have awesome pools and spas. As for food, Egg Works is a nice breakfast place I'd recommend. And of..." See More

  • 1 mention in Top things to do in Las Vegas that don't include gambling?

    • Marie R.

      Marie R. said, "...doesn't want to go up alone. For evening activities, many of the local casinos have bowling alleys and movie theaters. Try Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa, South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa, or The Orleans Hotel & Casino. Red Rock also has babysitting if..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are kid-friendly activities to do in Las Vegas?

    • Marie R.

      Marie R. said, "...of Fire State Park or Mount Charleston. If you want to gamble but don't know what to do with the kids, Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa has a kids playroom where you can drop them off for a few hours of babysitting...." See More

  • 1 mention in What else is there to do in Las Vegas besides going out on the strip?

    • Denise I.

      Denise I. said, "...Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa Mount CharlestonLake MeadDowntown Container Park..." See More